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Edwin E. Huddleson, Jr. Professor of Law
First Causes and the Dynamics of Criminal Justice
, 119 Harvard Law Review Forum 131 (2006).
Introduction: A New Empirical and Cultural Look at the Second Amendment
(Symposium: Gun Control: Old Problems, new Paradigms), 17 Stanford Law & Policy Review 563 (2006).
David W. Mills.
A Very Strange Indictment
, WALL STREET JOURNAL, October 12, 2005, p. A16. (with Robert Weisberg)
Senator Specter Will Be Key to Miers Derailment
, American Constitution Society Blog, October 10, 2005.
Cruel and Unusual Jurisprudence
, New York Times (March 4, 2005). p. A21.
The Death Penalty Meets Social Science: Deterrence and Jury Behavior Under New Scrutiny
, 1 Annual Review of Law And Social Science 151 (2005)
(Symposium: A More Perfect System: Twenty-five Years of Guidelines Sentencing Reform), 58 Stanford Law Review 1 (2005).
Proceedings: Excerpts from "The Future of American Sentencing: A National Roundtable on Blakely"
, 2 Ohio State Journal of Criminal Law 619 (2005).
David W. Mills.
The Case Against John Ashcroft
, SLATE, October 27, 2004. (with Robert Weisberg)
Death Means Never Having to Say 'I'm Sorry': The Complicated Dance of Apologies Around the Death Penalty
, Slate, July 7, 2004.
David Mills and Robert Weisberg,
Flunking the Martha Test
, The Wall Street Journal, p. A10 (January 16, 2004).
Introduction (Symposium: Capital Concerns: The Death Penalty in America)
, 15 Stanford Law & Policy Review323-328 (2004).
The Utilitarian and Deontological Entanglement of Debating Guns, Crime, and Punishment in America, by Bernard E. Harcourt, ed., (Book Review)
, 71 University of Chicago Law Review 333-359 (Winter 2004).
Apology, Legislation, and Mercy
, 82 NORTH CAROLINA LAW REVIEW 1415 (2004).
Robert Weisberg. With John Kaplan and Guyora Binder,
Criminal Law: Cases and Materials
, 5th ed., New York: Aspen, 2004.
Brief of the Electronic Frontier Foundation as Amicus Curiae in Support of the Petitioner
, Larry D. Hiibel, Petitioner v. Sixth Judicial District Court of Nevada, Humboldt County, et al., respondents, No. 03-5554, Supreme Court of the United States, December 15, 2003.
Norms and Criminal Law, and the Norms of Criminal Law Scholarship
, Stanford Public Law & Legal Theory Research Paper No. 60, 127 p. (2003).
Josehp A. Grundfest and Robert Weisberg,
Prosecuting the Press
, 38 Stanford Lawyer 5 (Fall 2003).
Robert Weisberg and David Mills,
Violence Silence: Why No One Really Cares About Prison Rape
, MSN Slate, 4 pages, (October 1, 2003).
Restorative Justice and the Dangers of Community
, Stanford Law School, Public Law Working Paper No. 50, pp. 1-31, (February 2003).
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BA City College of New York 1966
MA 1967; PhD (English) 1971 Harvard University Graduate School of Arts and Sciences
JD Stanford Law School 1979
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